Things to do

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by the beach

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Lyme Regis
Lyme Regis

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The Jurassic Coast

Lyme Regis is known as 'The Pearl of Dorset’ and is a gateway town to the Jurassic Coast, one of the most beautiful places to visit and a World heritage site. With its beautiful beaches, excellent local shopping, renowned restuarants and eateries, as well as active arts scene and nightlife Lyme is a great place to be year round. 

 

Running along Lyme's coastline you’ll find Britain’s longest and most popular National Trail, The South West Coast Path. Along the Path, whether you take a short stroll or stride out on the clifftops, you can find your own piece of this special coastline. Visit Golden Cap  - the highest point along the Path. 
 

In town you'll find The Langmoor and Lister Gardens which are a quiet and tranquil space, with plenty of winding paths to wander along, and offer amazing views over Lyme. 

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The Cobb & Beaches

No visit to Lyme is complete without a walk along our famous Cobb, which is a short stroll from the Cobb Arms.

 

Lyme has 4 beaches: Town Beach, Monmouth Beach, Church Cliff Beach and East Cliff Beach.

For more information see the Lyme Regis website

 

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For familes

There are plenty of things to keep families entertained in and around the area. Our Jurassic themed playpark at Anning Road, and local skatepark and firm favourites.

There is so much to do around Lyme:

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Arts & Culture

Lyme is home to an amazing arts scene. There are many galleries filled with work by local artists dotted throughout the town. 

 

Above the seafront you can find The Sculpture Trial in Langmoor and Lister Gardens - showcasing a range of contemporary sculpture by local artists.

Our vibrant Marine Theatre hosts performances from theatre productions, comedy clubs, orchestras and more.

In the summer months you can enjoy festivals such as Jazz Jurassica

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